McTeague: A Story of San Francisco - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Things at the McTeague house begin to worsen still. Trina and McTeague move into the Zerkow's old house to save money, even though Trina has had nightmares about her friend's death in that very house. One day, McTeague announces that he is going to go fishing for the day, and he takes with him his canary and the money he got from the sale of his sign to the Other Dentist. Come dinnertime, when he does not return, Trina begins to worry. She searches for him in every place she figures he could be, and then thinks that perhaps he might have returned while she was out.

Upon returning home, Trina is astonished to find the lock on her trunk, the place where she has hidden her savings, broken and all the money gone. Her husband has left her and taken her money...

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